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Continuing his travels around the state, Goerch describes the things of interest he found in Forsyth County. It is a county of history where one can \"go from a bustling city to villages that are reminiscent of old European hamlets.\"
Four days a year had to be spent in helping improve the roads, and if he refused to do so, he either had to go to jail of else pay out the sum of four dollars.
Many Greek emigrants have come to North Carolina seeking a better life. Forsyth County has a thriving Greek-American population, and with this, many Greek Christmas traditions are passed on to the next generation.